Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos

Post by ckosloff »

I installed wine successfully using tdockery's advice.
It was not a straightforward install, many deps had to be fixed with sudo apt-get -f install.
Then Synaptic reported broken packages which could also be fixed with menu Edit -> Fix Broken Packages.
It worked.
But I hesitate to mark this issue as [SOLVED] because so many goodies have been published ever since, I am amazed that it garnered so many responses.
I learned a lot and think that it is a great informative thread, so will wait a while before closing it.

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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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Thanks to everyone in the post,
I install Wine last night, now I have my photograph recolor program I like to use, GIMP I'm using for everything else, "Convertx to DVD" works, DEVEDE and Brasero just don't make the cut for compiling a DVD movie.

Only thing is I get a sound failure when I test the sound, of course none of the programs I use required the use of sound card in Wine, guess when I need it I'll have to wade in again. :wink:
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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos

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lmdeman wrote:FYI there is an unofficial repository for aptosid (debian based) from which you can easily install (and automatically update) the latest wine package. *snip*
You sir, are a gentleman and a scholar, this method works great!

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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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I'd like to say a big thank you! :D

The other day, I grabbed the newer WINE packages, and installed them in Debian Sid.

Now, I'm setting up a Debian testing box. I report: The Frickle repo method worked without error.

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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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Maybe it's just me being a bit stupid, but I'm trying to understand why someone's giving the user so much extra work for something that's evidently of interest for a lot of user... Just having to jum aorund adding this, adding that seems like very contraproductive.

I followed the links, and tried to get what was written there, but I still don't get it.
- Is Wine gone for good? Why? Will there be a replacement?

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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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It can be found on the main Squeeze repo. Just change your sources to squeeze, download, and then change back.
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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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The steps by s3a at

http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=68770

do the job.

Hope that helps.
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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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just for completeness (and because in this topic we have a few ways to install wine in LMDE) i would like to add this short and very comprehensive post by wyrdoak (sure you won't mind :wink: )
by wyrdoak on Tue Oct 04, 2011 7:34 pm
http://dev.carbon-project.org/debian/wine-unstable/

1. Look for the list of packages for your architecture (32bit or 64bit)
2. Download each file in the list (there will be 18-19 files)
3. In your Downloads directory there will now be 18-19 .deb files
4. While in the Downloads directory, right-click on a blank space and select open in Terminal
5. Your command prompt should now look something like: tom@tom-laptop:~/Downloads$
6. Enter the following command:
CODE: SELECT ALL
sudo dpkg -i *.deb

7. All of those .deb files in Downloads will now be installed
8. Once it is done installing, you can delete all the .deb files in Downloads
9. Enjoy Wine 1.3

install lib32asound2-plugins among others listed here though the package manager :[Look for Debian.]

http://wiki.winehq.org/Recommended_Pack ... 64c0e7536f


I'm not readly too impressed with WINE in LMDE, but it's OK for the few things I still need it for.

EDIT: if you need directx : http://www.smokinglinux.com/gaming/play ... nd-directx
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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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The latest wine update from the frickelplatz repo broke my wine. Running programs in wine makes my laptop lag, and programs don't work properly any more. Anyone else experiencing this and/or have a solution?
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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

Post by hamalawy »

Gents,

May i propose a simpler solution.

1- go to wineHQ website

2- downloads section

3- Debian ( you will be redirected to sourceforge website

4- you'll find right above all old debian packages the latest RPM package ( just find it on page )

5- install "alien" and convert it to a .deb file using alien

6- open it with oackage installed

7-send me a big thank you "just kiddin here" ;D

hope it works for you guys

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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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hamalawy wrote:Gents,

May i propose a simpler solution.

1- go to wineHQ website

2- downloads section

3- Debian ( you will be redirected to sourceforge website

4- you'll find right above all old debian packages the latest RPM package ( just find it on page )

5- install "alien" and convert it to a .deb file using alien

6- open it with oackage installed

7-send me a big thank you "just kiddin here" ;D

hope it works for you guys

Sherief
It didn't send me to sourceforge, but gave me a list of .deb packages to install the latest beta.
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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

Post by Matt267 »

I have a few broken dependencies (see attached file) after installing wine per wyrdoak's instruction. Is this an easy fix? I'm running update pack 3 tracking latest.
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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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For 32bit Wine: install lib32asound2-plugins among others listed here though the package manager

Code: Select all

Debian

The simplest way to get the required packages is using apt-get build-dep wine respectively aptitude build-dep wine.

Using build-dep will select libgl1-mesa-dev to provide libgl-dev; if you are an Nvidia user you may prefer to replace it with nvidia-glx-dev afterwards.

If you prefer to install them manually, the required packages are as follows:

    Audio:
        winealsa.drv: libasound-dev (libasound2-dev)
        wineesd.drv: libesd0-dev
        winejack.drv: libjack-dev (libjack0.100.0-dev)
        winenas.drv: nas-dev (libaudio-dev) 
    Capi Isdn support:
        libcapi20-dev 
    Color management:
        liblcms-dev (liblcms1-dev) 
    Printing with CUPS:
        libcupsys-dev (libcupsys2-dev) 
    Scanner:
        libsane-dev 
    Drive autodetection:
        libhal-dev
        libdbus-1-dev 
    To get more information when valgrind-ing Wine:
        valgrind 

    The following, but only if you plan to work on the TrueType fonts, and can install them from testing - do not install these from Sarge:
        fontforge/testing 
    If you are using Debian Etch with Nvidia:
        nvidia-glx-dev 
    And all of the following packages (when two package names are specified, the first one is the virtual package name and the one in parentheses is the one providing that package):
        bison
        flex
        gcc
        libc6-dev
        libfontconfig-dev (libfontconfig1-dev)
        libfreetype6-dev
        libgl-dev (libgl1-mesa-dev or xlibmesa-gl-dev)
        libglu-dev (libglu1-mesa-dev or xlibmesa-glu-dev)
        libgphoto2-dev (libgphoto2-2-dev)
        libgsm1-dev
        libice-dev
        libjpeg-dev (libjpeg62-dev)
        libldap-dev (libldap2-dev)
        libmpg123-dev
        libncurses5-dev
        libopenal-dev
        libpng-dev (libpng12-dev)
        libsm-dev
        libssl-dev
        libusb-dev
        libx11-dev
        libxcomposite-dev
        libxcursor-dev
        libxext-dev
        libxi-dev
        libxinerama-dev
        libxml2-dev
        libxrandr-dev
        libxrender-dev
        libxslt-dev (libxslt1-dev)
        libxt-dev
        libxxf86vm-dev
        make 
http://dev.carbon-project.org/debian/wine-unstable/

1. Look for the list of packages for your architecture (32bit or 64bit)
2. Download each file in the list (there will be 18-19 files)
3. In your Downloads directory there will now be 18-19 .deb files
4. While in the Downloads directory, right-click on a blank space and select open in Terminal
5. Your command prompt should now look something like: tom@tom-laptop:~/Downloads$
6. Enter the following command:
CODE: SELECT ALL
sudo dpkg -i *.deb

7. All of those .deb files in Downloads will now be installed
8. Once it is done installing, you can delete all the .deb files in Downloads
9. Enjoy Wine 1.3
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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

Post by Matt267 »

wyrdoak,

what repos do I need to run "apt-get build-dep wine"

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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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Ruined the Linux experience for my convert because of this, and the wireless issue, will try again with Katya.
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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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Matt267 wrote:wyrdoak,

what repos do I need to run "apt-get build-dep wine"

Matt
Debian doesn't have them any more you would probably have to go to places like:

http://www.lamaresh.net/
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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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I have some problems with broken packages from wine interfering with my Playonlinux. And every time I try to update my system I get asked to install unmet dependencies, but when I try to do that there is an error. I use the frickel repo for wine.

My terminal:
jonpeder@jonpeder-laptop ~ $ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
[sudo] password for jonpeder:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these.
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
playonlinux : Depends: wine but it is not installed or
wine-stable but it is not installable or
wine-unstable but it is not installable
E: Unmet dependencies. Try using -f.
jonpeder@jonpeder-laptop ~ $ sudo apt-get -f install
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
Correcting dependencies... Done
The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:
libgdata1.7-cil libhighgui2.1 libcvaux2.1 frei0r-plugins libgavl1 libcv2.1
Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them.
The following extra packages will be installed:
wine
Recommended packages:
ttf-symbol-replacement gnome-exe-thumbnailer wisotool
The following NEW packages will be installed:
wine
0 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
1 not fully installed or removed.
Need to get 0 B/21.0 MB of archives.
After this operation, 104 MB of additional disk space will be used.
Do you want to continue [Y/n]? y
Preconfiguring packages ...
(Reading database ... 171362 files and directories currently installed.)
Unpacking wine (from .../wine_1.3.32-0.frickel.1_i386.deb) ...
dpkg: error processing /var/cache/apt/archives/wine_1.3.32-0.frickel.1_i386.deb (--unpack):
trying to overwrite '/usr/share/applications/wine.desktop', which is also in package wine-bin-unstable 1.3.31-0.1
configured to not write apport reports
dpkg-deb: error: subprocess paste was killed by signal (Broken pipe)
Processing triggers for gnome-menus ...
Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils ...
Errors were encountered while processing:
/var/cache/apt/archives/wine_1.3.32-0.frickel.1_i386.deb
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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by wyrdoak on Tue Oct 04, 2011 7:34 pm
http://dev.carbon-project.org/debian/wine-unstable/

1. Look for the list of packages for your architecture (32bit or 64bit)
2. Download each file in the list (there will be 18-19 files)
3. In your Downloads directory there will now be 18-19 .deb files
4. While in the Downloads directory, right-click on a blank space and select open in Terminal
5. Your command prompt should now look something like: tom@tom-laptop:~/Downloads$
6. Enter the following command:
CODE: SELECT ALL
sudo dpkg -i *.deb

7. All of those .deb files in Downloads will now be installed
8. Once it is done installing, you can delete all the .deb files in Downloads
9. Enjoy Wine 1.3
So on this page does 32bit correspond to"i386 Packages"? If so, of those, there are 16 files rather than 18-19. There are 3 change files, 2 or 3 of which are also downloaded??

Also, the quoted instructions above continue:
install lib32asound2-plugins among others listed here though the package manager :[Look for Debian.]

http://wiki.winehq.org/Recommended_Pack ... 64c0e7536f
What does that mean? I mean lib32asound2-plugins, etc in the context of installing Wine? Not quite following also the " among others listed here" ... and I can't get the link to work.

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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos

Post by sloto »

Thank tdockery I looked for this for a couple days, worked fine for me..sloto
OK, here goes:

1. Look for the list of packages for your architecture (32bit or 64bit)
2. Download each file in the list (there will be 18-19 files)
3. In your Downloads directory there will now be 18-19 .deb files
4. While in the Downloads directory, right-click on a blank space and select open in Terminal
5. Your command prompt should now look something like: tom@tom-laptop:~/Downloads$
6. Enter the following command:

Code: Select all

sudo dpkg -i *.deb
7. All of those .deb files in Downloads will now be installed
8. Once it is done installing, you can delete all the .deb files in Downloads
9. Enjoy Wine 1.3[/quote]

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Re: Wine packages missing from Debian repos [SOLVED]

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I need wine install in Mint Debian. I find all this so confusing. I really would like one solution. But, I find many, too many. so I do not use any(little poem for you all)
Sorry, this is a mess, I move from Ubuntu to never return, because they manage to ruin a good idea, for no reason. So, I'm new here, can anybody give a solution to install WINE that works and would not ruin my installation? If exist of course...

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